"SG-Trans" has put into leaseback to "Gazprombank" 2,3 thousand tons of cisterns
Russian JSC "SG-Trans", one of the largest railway operators in the transport of oil, gas and petrochemical goods, has put into leaseback (leaseback) "daughter" Gazprombank - JSC "Gazprombank Leasing" - 2318 cisterns totaling 5 billion rubles.
This was reported in the press-service of the company.
The contract is concluded for a period of 10 years. According to President of JSC "SG-Trans" Sergei Kaletina, its rolling stock "SG-Trans" will continue to be used for transportation of light oil products in the framework of existing long-term contracts. He also said, that the number of carriages in the park of the company remained the same.
Recall, October 17, 2016 Ukraine has extended the sanctions against Russian companies. This decision was affirmed by the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of 16 September 2016 and the decree of the President of Ukraine № 467/2016 from October 17, 2016.
Under the sanctions hit 11 Russian railway carriers, including the "SG-Trans" in carriers, that are imported Russian liquefied gas "Rosneft" in Ukraine. The sanctions came into force on 31 October.